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Domestic Travel Restrictions

Quarantine mandates and recommendations vary by state. We’ll keep you informed as state travel restrictions are created and lifted; however, you should always check restrictions based on your specific trip itinerary.
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For those destinations that may have current travel advisories issued by authorities, we’re including alerts on our site when you search that will let you know there could be an issue with your route.

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Updated May 4 2021 2:01 pm EDT
Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective March 2, there is no statewide mask mandate in place, however, residents are still encouraged to wear masks and socially distance. Students six years and older are required to wear facial coverings when in schools.

Bars: Bars are operating with no capacity limits in place.

Indoor recreation: Bowling alleys, movie theaters, museums, gyms and casinos are open with no capacity limits. Indoor arenas are operating with no capacity limits; attendees are strongly encouraged to wear masks.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor businesses and recreational centers have no capacity limits in place.

Public gatherings: There are no limits on public gatherings.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating with no capacity limits in place. | https://www.msema.org/news/covid-19-frequently-asked-questions-answers/
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Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: All individuals aged 5 and up are required to wear facial coverings in all indoor public settings, in private vehicles such as cabs and ride-sharing, and outdoors when social distancing cannot be upheld.

Bars: Bars have begun to reopen with strict restrictions in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, museums, and theatres have begun to reopen.

Outdoor recreation: Select state parks have reopened, but social distancing measures must be in place. Restrictions on recreational boating have been lifted.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 10 individuals are prohibited.

Restaurants: Limited indoor dining is permitted, outdoor dining is encouraged. | https://www.hawaiitourismauthority.org/covid-19-updates/
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Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide mandate for facial coverings. However, local facial covering mandates are in place.

Bars: Bars are now operating with no capacity limits in place. Effective April 8, tables no longer need to be spaced 6 feet apart.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, bowling alleys and movie theaters have reopened. As of May 1, businesses no longer need to require 6-feet of social distancing.

Outdoor recreation: Beaches and state parks are open. Amusement and water parks have also reopened.

Public gatherings: Effective April 8, there is no limit on public gatherings.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open with no capacity restrictions in place. Effective April 8, tables no longer need to be spaced 6 feet apart. | https://www.exploregeorgia.org/covid
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Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Individuals are required to wear a facial covering whenever they leave their homes.

Bars: Alcohol sales must end by midnight.

Indoor recreation: Effective May 1, non-essential retail stores and gyms can operate at 50% capacity. Movie theatres and other indoor entertainment venues are operating at 25% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Pools, playgrounds, courts and fields are open with restrictions in place.

Public gatherings: Outdoor gatherings of more than 50 individuals are prohibited. Indoor gatherings are capped at 10 individuals.

Restaurants: Indoor dining has resumed at 25% capacity or 250 people maximum, whichever is fewer. There can be no more than 10 people seated at one table. Alcohol sales must end by midnight. | https://coronavirus.dc.gov/
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Detailed summary by state

We’ll keep you informed about travel restrictions and related safety regulations in the United States as the situation develops. Generally, essential workers in critical industries like health care, public safety, transportation, and food supply are exempt from the travel advisories listed below. The CDC recommends that all people wear masks or face coverings in public places. You should always check for restrictions yourself based on your specific trip itinerary.

Alabama

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Alabama does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement:Effective April 9, there is no statewide mask mandate in place. Businesses and local governments can continue to require masks.

Bars: Bars are operating at full capacity with safety protocals in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms and entertainment venues are operating at full capacity with safety protocals in place.

Outdoor recreation: Beaches are open and athletic facilities resumed operations with safety protocols in place.

Public gatherings: Individuals should avoid gathering with more than 10 people from outside their household. When gathering, individuals should maintain six feet of distance from non-household members.

Restaurants: There are no capacity limits for indoor dining. However, there must be 6-feet between each table or a solid partition in place. There can be no more than 8 people seated at one table. Outdoor dining, pickup and delivery are encouraged.

Alaska

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Effective February 15, out-of-state travelers arriving in Alaska and residents returning to Alaska no longer need to present a negative COVID test for entry. The state is continuing to encourage travelers to be tested voluntarily.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide facial covering mandate. However, some cities require facial coverings when entering any business. Businesses can also enact their own facial covering requirements.

Bars: Bars are operating with no capacity limits in place.

Indoor recreation: Retail stores are operating without any capacity restrictions; museums and libraries are open. Effective February 1, theatres, bingo halls and other indoor entertainment can operate at 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Alaskans may drive to other communities in the state for recreational and sightseeing purposes.

Public gatherings:Social gatherings are restricted to 50 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating with no capacity limits in place.

Arizona

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Out-of-state travelers arriving in Arizona no longer need to self-quarantine upon arrival. For more information, visit Arizona's tourism page here.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide mask mandate in place, including at schools. However, local governments and school districts have implemented their own facial covering policies and enforcement practices.

Bars: Bars are now operating at full capacity with social distancing protocols in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, retail stores and movie theatres are operating at full capacity with social distancing protocols in place.

Outdoor recreation: Water parks and tubing operations are operating at full capacity with social distancing protocols in place.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 50 individuals no longer need to be approved by local governments.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at full capacity with social distancing protocols in place.

Arkansas

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: The out-of-state self-quarantine mandates in Arkansas are no longer in place. Effective February 26, all directives for business and individuals are to be taken as guidance and are not enforceable by law.

Public airports: Public airports are open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: There is no longer a statewide mask mandate in place, however, local businesses can enact their own mandates and requirements.

Bars: Bars are opearing at full capacity.

Indoor recreation: Gyms and fitness centers are operating at full capacity. Movie theatres, museums and bowling alleys are open.

Outdoor recreation: State parks have reopened to rent cabins, lodges and RVs.

Public gatherings: It is recommended to restrict gatherings to 100 individuals maximum.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at full capacity.

California

Quarantine required effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Residents and travelers arriving in California from out-of-state or another county are advised to self-quarantine for 10 days. For more information, visit here. As of January 25, the regional stay-at-home order was lifted and the state returned to a tiered reopening system.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels and short term rentals have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: All Californians are required to wear facial coverings in public spaces.

Bars: Capacity limits and other restrictions vary by tier; learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Indoor recreation: Capacity limits and other restrictions vary by tier; learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Outdoor recreation: Across all tiers, outdoor playgrounds and recreational facilities are open with modifications. Learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Public gatherings: Gathering limits vary by tier; learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Restaurants: Capacity limits and other mandates for restaurants vary by tier; learn more about the tiered reopening here.

Colorado

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Colorado does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: A statewide mask mandate is in place requiring facial coverings in all public settings. This order was extended for an additional 30 days on May 3.

Bars: Effective April 16, the dial system was retired in Colorado. Counties are now enacting their own restrictions with bar capacity varying by county.

Indoor recreation: Effective April 16, the dial system was retired in Colorado. Counties are now enacting their own restrictions with indoor capacity varying by county.

Outdoor recreation: Effective April 16, the dial system was retired in Colorado. Counties are now enacting their own restrictions with outdoor capacity varying by county.

Public gatherings: Effective April 16, the dial system was retired in Colorado. Counties are now enacting their own restrictions with gathering capacity varying by county.

Restaurants: Effective April 16, the dial system was retired in Colorado. Counties are now enacting their own restrictions with restaurant capacity varying by county.

Connecticut

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: A travel mandate is no longer in effect, but visitors and returning residents are advised to follow CDC guidance.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operation.

Mask requirements: Anyone over age 2 must wear a face covering in public spaces, both indoor and outdoor, when social distancing can't be maintained.

Bars: Bars, wineries and breweries have resumed operation and are allowed to deliver directly to homes.

Indoor Recreation: Events at commercial and entertainment venues must end by 11 p.m. Indoor theaters are required to limit capacity to 50%.

Outdoor Recreation: Outdoor amusement parks and event venues were allowed to reopen on April 2, 2021.

Public Gatherings: At private residences, indoor gatherings are capped at 25 people and outdoor gatherings are capped at 100 people. At commercial venues, indoor gatherings are capped at 100 people and outdoor gatherings at 200 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants capacity limits have been lifted, but they must still close by 11pm.

Delaware

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Delaware does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Delaware residents are required to wear facial coverings in public settings and on public transportation. Individuals are required to wear a facial covering when indoors with anyone outside of their immediate household. All children in kindergarten and older are required to wear facial coverings in public settings and school buildings.

Bars: Effective January 8, curfews at bars were lifted.

Indoor recreation: Effective February 12, gyms and retail stores can increase capacity to 50%.

Outdoor recreation: Beaches and community pools are open with strict safety protocols in place. Golf courses are open.

Public gatherings:Outdoor public gatherings are limited to 150 people. Indoor gatherings in homes of more than 10 people are prohibited. Indoor gatherings outside of homes are limited to 30% capacity or 50 people maximum.

Restaurants: Effective February 12, restaurants are operating at 50% capacity with no curfews in place. All food and drink establishments are required to offer customers the option to leave personal information on file to help with potential contact tracing.

District of Columbia

Quarantine required effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Nonessential out-of-state travelers entering DC from specific states are required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Residents of Virginia and Maryland are exempt. As of April 30, fully vaccinated residents traveling within the United States no longer need to self-quarantine when returning to DC.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Individuals are required to wear a facial covering whenever they leave their homes.

Bars: Alcohol sales must end by midnight.

Indoor recreation: Effective May 1, non-essential retail stores and gyms can operate at 50% capacity. Movie theatres and other indoor entertainment venues are operating at 25% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Pools, playgrounds, courts and fields are open with restrictions in place.

Public gatherings: Outdoor gatherings of more than 50 individuals are prohibited. Indoor gatherings are capped at 10 individuals.

Restaurants: Indoor dining has resumed at 25% capacity or 250 people maximum, whichever is fewer. There can be no more than 10 people seated at one table. Alcohol sales must end by midnight.

Florida

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Florida does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: All residents are recommended to wear masks in public and social distance. Local governments are able to implement their own mask mandates.

Bars: Bars and pubs that derive 50% of sales from alcohol can operate at full capacity with limited social distancing protocals in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, movie theatres, museums, libraries and retail establishments can operate at full capacity with social distancing and sanitation protocols in place.

Outdoor recreation: State parks and trails have reopened, including overnight accommodations. Public beaches are fully open. Theme parks have returned to normal operations with social distancing protocols in place.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of all sizes are permitted but social distancing measures should be in place.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at full capacity with limited social distancing protocols in place.

Georgia

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Georgia does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers. Effective April 8, all restrictions are to be taken as recommendations, there will be no enforcement measures.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide mandate for facial coverings. However, local facial covering mandates are in place.

Bars: Bars are now operating with no capacity limits in place. Effective April 8, tables no longer need to be spaced 6 feet apart.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, bowling alleys and movie theaters have reopened. As of May 1, businesses no longer need to require 6-feet of social distancing.

Outdoor recreation: Beaches and state parks are open. Amusement and water parks have also reopened.

Public gatherings: Effective April 8, there is no limit on public gatherings.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open with no capacity restrictions in place. Effective April 8, tables no longer need to be spaced 6 feet apart.

Hawaii

Quarantine required effective May 4

Travel restrictions: All travelers arriving at Hawaii's airports, including residents, must complete the required paperwork. Travelers with a valid negative COVID-19 test issued within 72 hours of travel will no longer need to quarantine upon arrival. Individuals traveling to or within Hawaii must fill out a digital health form via the Safe Travels app. If travelers do not upload proof of a negative test onto the Safe Travels app or provide a hard copy of the results prior to departure, they must self-quarantine for 10 days upon arrival in Hawaii. Effective April 5, Kauai rejoined the Safe Travels program - travelers with a valid negative COVID-19 test issue within 72 hours of travel will no longer need to quarantine in a resort bubble. As of May 4, travelers arriving in Maui may be tested a second time upon arrival; this applies to both visitors and returning residents. Starting May 11, fully vaccinated travelers who received their vaccine in Hawaii may travel inter-county (Kauai, Maui, and Hawaii) without having to take a pre-travel test or quarantining for 10 days.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: All individuals aged 5 and up are required to wear facial coverings in all indoor public settings, in private vehicles such as cabs and ride-sharing, and outdoors when social distancing cannot be upheld.

Bars: Bars have begun to reopen with strict restrictions in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, museums, and theatres have begun to reopen.

Outdoor recreation: Select state parks have reopened, but social distancing measures must be in place. Restrictions on recreational boating have been lifted.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of more than 10 individuals are prohibited.

Restaurants: Limited indoor dining is permitted, outdoor dining is encouraged.

Idaho

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Idaho does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: While there is no statewide mask mandate, individuals are encouraged to wear facial coverings and practice social distancing.

Bars: Bars are open for table seating only.

Indoor recreation: Retail stores, salons, gyms and nightclubs are open with restrictions.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor pools and water parks have reopened.

Public gatherings: As of February 2, indoor gatherings of more than 50 individuals are prohibited. Outdoor gatherings must be capped at 25% capacity.

Restaurants: Restaurants have reopened with safety protocols in place.

Illinois

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Illinois does not have any state-wide restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers, though some cities including Chicago do have requirements in place. There is a statewide 11 p.m. curfew.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: A statewide mask mandate requires anyone over age 2 to wear a face covering when indoors in a public space or when outside if a 6-foot distance between people cannot be maintained.

Bars: Indoor service is allowed, but parties cannot exceed 10 people and tables should be placed 6 feet apart.

Indoor recreation: Museums can operate at 25% occupancy. Bowling alleys, skating rinks and other indoor recreational facilities can operate at 50% with a max of 50 people.

Outdoor recreation: All state parks have reopened. Golf courses have lifted certain restrictions, and tennis facilities have reopened with restrictions.

Public gatherings: Gatherings are capped at 50 people.

Restaurants: Indoor dining is permitted, but parties cannot exceed 10 people and tables should be spaced 6 feet apart.

Indiana

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Indiana does not have any state-wide restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers, but is pausing further reopening efforts.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: A statewide mask mandate remains in effect.

Bars: Indiana has moved to a county-by-county approach to limiting capacity at bars.

Indoor recreation: Malls, museums, zoos, aquariums movie theaters, bowling alleys, and similar facilities may open at full capacity. Casinos were approved to reopen as of June 15.

Outdoor recreation: Community pools, and athletic courts and fields have reopened. Campgrounds, state parks, and state park beaches have also reopened. Raceways, amusement and water parks can open at 50% capacity. Playgrounds have reopened. Effective July 4, 2020, fairs, festivals and similar outdoor events can take place.

Public gatherings: Indiana has moved toward a county-by-county approach for public gatherings.

Restaurants:Indiana has moved to a county-by-county approach for limiting restaurant capacity.

Iowa

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Iowa does not have any restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: The statewide mask mandate was lifted on February 7.

Bars: Bars are encouraged to take precautionary measures.

Indoor recreation: COVID-19-related restrictions have been lifted, but businesses are encouraged to take precautionary measures.

Outdoor recreation: COVID-19-related restrictions have been lifted, but businesses are encouraged to take precautionary measures.

Public gatherings: Mass gatherings and events have no limits on size, but people must practice social distancing.

Restaurants: Restrictions have been lifted, but restaurants are encouraged to take precautionary measures.

Kansas

Quarantine required effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Kansas mandates a 14-day home quarantine for all Kansans who traveled to a state with widespread transmission or attended a mass gathering and did not wear a mask. The mandate also applies to anyone who traveled internationally or on a cruise ship on or after March 15, 2020.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement:A mask mandate issued on April 1 has been rescinded.

Bars: Bars and nightclubs remain closed.

Indoor recreation: Indoor leisure spaces, community centers and state-owned casinos have resumed operations at limited capacity with safety measures in place.

Outdoor recreation: Swimming pools and large entertainment venues remain closed. Fairs, festivals, carnivals, and parades are not allowed.

Public gatherings: Public gatherings are limited to 45 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants have resumed operations at limited capacity with safety measures in place.

Kentucky

Quarantine required effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Kentucky residents traveling out-of-state are advised to be tested before traveling, to test again 3-5 days after traveling and to quarantine for 7 days upon returning to Kentucky. Out-of-state travelers visiting Kentucky are recommended to follow the same guidelines. Effective April 5, this travel restriction does not apply to fully vaccinated individuals. Learn more about the requirements here.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Individuals are required to wear facial coverings in indoor public spaces, on public transportation, in ride-sharing and outdoors in public when social distancing cannot be maintained. Effective April 26, individuals no longer need to wear facial coverings at outdoor events with fewer than 1,000 individuals.

Bars: Bars are operating indoor services at 60% capacity while also offering curbside pickup, delivery and outdoor seating. All bars must stop serving food by midnight and close by 1 am. Social distancing protocols must be in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, fitness centers, movie theatres and indoor recreation facilities are operating at 60% capacity. Arenas and large outdoor venues with more than 1,000 individuals can operate at 60% capacity; venues with more than 1,000 individuals can operate at 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Most state parks remain open during the day; visitors are required to wear a mask and social distance when visiting.

Public gatherings: Indoor gatherings are limited to a total of two households and 8 people maximum. There is no limit on outdoor gatherings.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating indoor dining at 60% capacity while also offering curbside pickup, delivery and outdoor dining. All restaurants must stop serving food by midnight and close by 1 am. Social distancing protocols must be in place.

Louisiana

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Lousianna has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Facial coverings are required on public transit, in state buildings, at healthcare facilities and at schools. Local businesses no longer need to adhere to the mask mandate, however, local businesses and governments have the authority to enact their own mandates.

Bars: Bars are allowed to operate at 100% capacity indoors. All patrons must be seated when indoors. Alcohol sales must end by 11 pm.

Indoor recreation: Theatres, casinos,gyms, malls, museums and aquariums are operating at 100% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Zoos and other outdoor businesses are operating at 100% capacity. Outdoor venues can choose between 75% capacity without mask enforcment, or 100% capacity if masks are enforced.

Public gatherings: Indoor gatherings can operate at 50% capacity or 250 individuals maximum. Outdoor events have no cap on attendance.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating at 100% capacity for indoor dining with social distancing measures in place. Outdoor dining, pick up and delivery are encouraged. Alcohol sales must end by 11 pm.

Maine

Quarantine required effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: A travel mandate requires those visiting Maine to show a negative COVID-19 test or opt to self-quarantine for 10 days. Travelers from some states, including Vermont and New Hampshire, are exempt. Fully vaccinated individuals or those who have previously contracted COVID-19 are exempt.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Lodging establishments can serve out-of-state residents who meet the quarantine or alternative testing requirement.

Mask requirements: Individuals aged 5 and older are required to wear cloth face coverings in public settings, even if social distancing can be maintained.

Bars: Bars, breweries and tasting rooms can also reopen for outdoor, seated service only.

Indoor Recreation: Indoor shopping has reopened with strict precautions. Movie theaters are limited to 50 people.

Outdoor Recreation: Campgrounds and RV parks are open to Maine residents.

Public Gatherings: Indoor gatherings are limited to 50% capacity. Outdoor gatherings at venues are limited to 75% capacity.

Restaurants: Indoor dining has resumed, but seating is limited to 50 people.

Maryland

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: As of March 12, Maryland has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers. COVID testing continues to be strongly encouraged.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Individuals over the age of 5 are required to wear facial coverings in public spaces and when frequenting businesses. Effective April 28, facial coverings are no longer required when outdoors.

Bars: Bars are now operating at full capacity. Patrons indoors must be seated to be served; there can be no gathering in standing areas. Effective May 1, outdoor services no longer have any capacity or distancing restrictions, and bars can resume standing service.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, malls, museums, casinos and retail stores are operating at 100% capacity. Theatres are operating at 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor recreation establishments are operating at full capacity. Outdoor entertainment venues are operating at 50% capacity.

Public gatherings: Indoor gatherings are limited to 10 individuals; outdoor gathings are limited to 25 individuals.

Restaurants: Restaurants are now operating at full capacity. All indoor diners must be seated to be served; tables must be spaced at least 6 feet apart. Effective May 1, outdoor dining no longer has any capacity or distancing restrictions.

Massachusetts

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: Travelers entering the state, including returning residents, are encouraged to self-quarantine for 10 days unless they have been vaccinated or tested negative for COVID-19 in the prior 72 hours.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Lodging providers including hotels can expand operations, but event spaces remain closed.

Mask requirements: Everyone over age 5 must wear a mask in public places, indoors or outdoors, even if social distancing is possible.

Bars: Bars and nightclubs will remain closed until Phase 4.

Indoor Recreation: Movie theaters and museums can operate at 50% capacity. Indoor performance venues can also operate at 50% capacity but must cap attendance at 500 people

Outdoor Recreation: Stadiums, arenas and ballparks that submit a plan to the health department can open at 12% capacity

Public Gatherings:Public indoor gatherings are capped at 100 people, outdoors capped at 150 people. Private indoor gatherings remain capped at 10 people, outdoors capped at 25 people.

Restaurants: Restaurants are no longer under capacity limits, but tables must be spaced 6 feet apart and parties are limited to 6 people.

Michigan

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: Michigan does not have restrictions in place for out-of-state-travelers.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirements: Individuals age 5 and older must wear a face mask at nonresidential gatherings.

Bars: Michigan has allowed indoor dining to resume at bars. Bars must close by 11 p.m.

Indoor Recreation: Museums, bowling alleys and casinos have reopened with restrictions, but nightclubs remain closed.

Outdoor Recreation: State parks are open, and certain outdoor activities like golfing and motorized boating are permitted as long as social distancing is practiced. Swimming pools are open. Stadiums and arenas with capacity under 10,000 may have up to 375 people. Those with over 10,000 person capacity may have up to 750 people.

Public Gatherings: Indoor gatherings at private residences are limited to 15 and cannot include people from more than three households. Outdoor gatherings are allowed, but are capped at 50 people; there is no longer a limit on the number of households.

Restaurants: Michigan has allowed indoor dining to resume at 50% capacity. Outdoor dining is allowed at 100% capacity. Parties cannot exceed 6 people and restaurants must close by 11 p.m.

Minnesota

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: Minnesota does not have restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirements: People age 5 and older must wear masks in public places where maintaining six feet of distance is difficult.

Bars: Bars can offer indoor dining at 75% capacity with a maximum of 250 people.

Indoor Recreation: Indoor entertainment venues can operate at 25% capacity, with a maximum of 250 people. Masks are required.

Outdoor Recreation: Outdoor entertainment venues can operate at 25% capacity, with a maximum of 250 people. Masks are recommended.

Public Gatherings: Indoor gatherings of up to 15 people and outdoor gatherings of up to 50 people are allowed.

Restaurants:Restaurants can reopen indoor dining at 75% capacity with a maximum of 250 people. Tables are limited to 6 people and in-dining service must close by 11 p.m. Takeout and delivery are permitted.

Mississippi

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Mississippi has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective March 2, there is no statewide mask mandate in place, however, residents are still encouraged to wear masks and socially distance. Students six years and older are required to wear facial coverings when in schools.

Bars: Bars are operating with no capacity limits in place.

Indoor recreation: Bowling alleys, movie theaters, museums, gyms and casinos are open with no capacity limits. Indoor arenas are operating with no capacity limits; attendees are strongly encouraged to wear masks.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor businesses and recreational centers have no capacity limits in place.

Public gatherings: There are no limits on public gatherings.

Restaurants: Restaurants are operating with no capacity limits in place.

Missouri

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Missouri has no restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: There in no statewide mandate for facial coverings.

Bars: All restrictions lifted.

Indoor recreation: All restrictions lifted.

Outdoor recreation: All restrictions lifted.

Public gatherings: There are no longer limits on the size of public gatherings, but people must continue to practice social distancing at all times.

Restaurants: All restrictions lifted.

Montana

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Montana does not have any travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: As of February 12, the statewide mask mandate expired. Local jurisdictions still have the authority to implement their own mask mandates.

Bars: Effective January 15, bars, breweries and distilleries have no capacity limits in place and no longer need to close by 10 pm.

Indoor recreation: As of January 15, casinos, gyms, indoor fitness classes, pools, and hot tubs are operating at full capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor facilities are operating at 100% capacity. State and national parks have reopened.

Public gatherings: As of January 15, there are no limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings.

Restaurants: Effective January 15, restaurants have no capacity limits in place and no longer need to close by 10 pm.

Nebraska

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Only individuals returning to Nebraska from international travel will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirement: There is no statewide mandate to wear masks.

Bars: Bars are open at 100% capacity and without restrictions, though it is recommended to limit parties to 8 people.

Indoor recreation: Indoor entertainment venues and recreation can operate at 100% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor entertainment venues and recreation can operate at 100% capacity.

Public gatherings: Gatherings at theaters, arenas, stadiums, auctions and similar establishments can increase to 100% capacity if indoors or outdoors.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open at 100% capacity and without restrictions, though it is recommended to limit parties to 8 people.

Nevada

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Nevada has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Facial coverings are required at all times for both indoor and outdoor activities.

Bars: Bars can operate at 50% capacity indoors.

Indoor recreation: Gyms, bowling alleys, museums, aquariums and gaming floors can increase capacity to 50%.

Outdoor recreation: Zoos, theme parks and water parks are operating at 50% capacity.

Public gatherings: Public gatherings and events are capped at 250 individuals or 50% capacity.

Restaurants: Indoor dining can now operating at 50% capacity. There can be no more than 6 people at one table; reservations are no longer required.

New Hampshire

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: New Hampshire has lifted the quarantine mandate for all domestic travelers entering the state.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels, inns and campgrounds can operate at 100% capacity.

Mask requirements: The mask mandate has expired.

Bars: No guidance specified.

Indoor Recreation: Libraries, museums, art galleries and pools can reopen in line with state guidance. Beginning June 29, indoor movie theaters, performing arts centers and amusement parks can open with capacity limits.

Outdoor Recreation: Golf courses have reopened, and other recreational outdoor activities have also resumed. State seacoast beaches reopened for recreational activity and sunbathing, but visitors must maintain 6 feet of distance from others. Outdoor attractions such as outdoor race tracks and tourist trains can resume operation in line with updated guidance.

Public Gatherings: No limitations.

Restaurants: Restaurants can offer indoor and outdoor dining but tables should be spaced 6 feet apart.

New Jersey

Quarantine required effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: There is a mandatory 14-day quarantine in place for travelers coming to New Jersey from high-risk states. The CDC has urged residents of New Jersey to refrain from non-essential domestic travel.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirements: Individuals are required to wear face coverings in outdoor public settings where social distancing is not feasible and are required at all times in indoor spaces.

Bars: Outdoor seating is permitted, and indoor seating is permitted at 50% capacity.

Indoor Recreation: Casinos remain closed. Indoor pools, amusement parks, water parks, movie theaters and other indoor performances have all been allowed to reopen at 35% capacity. Large entertainment venues can now allow events at 10% capacity.

Outdoor Recreation: Most outdoor recreation facilities have reopened though visitors should abide by signage that requires facial coverings and/or social distancing. Entertainment venues such as stadiums may operate at 15%.

Public Gatherings: Outdoor gatherings limits have expanded to 200 people. Indoor gatherings can have a maximum of 10 people or 25% capacity, whichever is smaller.

Restaurants: Outdoor dining is permitted. Indoor services can operate at 50% capacity. Seating at bar areas is prohibited.

New Mexico

Quarantine required effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Effective February 11, out-of-state travelers arriving in New Mexico are no longer required to self-quarantine upon arrival. The state is continuing to recommend self-quarantining for 14 days and to take a COVID test.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Capacity limits on hotels and rentals vary by tier, learn more about the guidelines here.

Mask requirement: Universal face coverings are mandated statewide when in public settings and when excercising. Facial coverings are being enforced with violators subject to a $100 fine.

Bars: Capacity limits for bars vary by tier; learn more about the guidelines here.

Indoor recreation: Capacity limits for indoor retail and entertainment vary by tier; learn more about the guidelines here.

Outdoor recreation: Capacity limits for outdoor facilities and entertainment vary by tier, learn more about the guidelines here.

Public gatherings: Indoor and outdoor gatherings vary by tier, learn more about the guidelines here.

Restaurants: Restaurant capacity limits vary by tier, learn more about the guidelines here.

New York

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: Asymptomatic visitors arriving in New York are not longer required to self-quarantine or get tested. Travelers with symptoms of COVID-19 myst self-isolate. International travelers must follow CDC requirements, such as obtaining a negative test before boarding a plane.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open.

Mask requirements: Individuals over age two must wear a face mask in public if social distancing cannot be maintained. Businesses are permitted to deny entry to anyone not wearing a mask.

Bars: Bars are permitted to have outdoor seating but are held responsible for overcrowding on sidewalks and walkways.

Indoor Recreation: Bowling alleys are open statewide. Some cultural institutions such a museums and aquariums were allowed to reopen at 33% capacity in New York City. Movie theaters may operate statewide at 25% capacity, but with no more than 50 people per theater.

Outdoor Recreation: Zoos, nature parks, outdoor museums and other low-risk outdoor arts and entertainment venues can reopen at 33% capacity.

Public Gatherings: Indoor and outdoor private gatherings are limited to 10 people.

Restaurants: Indoor dining in NYC can operate at 50% capacity and with other restrictions. Regions outside of NYC can operate indoor service at 75% capacity. Outdoor dining, takeout and delivery are still allowed.

North Carolina

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: North Carolina has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Facial coverings are required in all indoor public spaces, regardless of the ability to social distance. Businesses are asked to more strictly enforce facial covering mandates, including when using public transportation or while exercising at the gym. Effective April 30, facial coverings are no longer required when outdoors when social distancing is in place.

Bars: Effective March 26, bars can operate indoor and outdoor services at 50% capacity. Breweries can operate at 75% capacity indoors and 100% capacity outdoors.

Indoor recreation: Effective March 26, museums, aquariums and retail business can increase indoor and outdoor capacity to 100%. Indoor recreational facilities like gyms, bowling and rock climbing are restricted to 75% capacity indoors. Indoor areas at amusement parks are also restricted to 75% capacity. Movie theatres, gaming facilities and sports arenas are limited to 50% capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Outdoor recreational facilities like pools, amusement parks, skating and rock climbing can operate at 100% capacity outdoors.

Public gatherings: Gatherings are limited to 100 individuals indoors and 200 outdoors.

Restaurants: Effective March 26, restaurants can increase outdoor dining capacity to 100% and indoor dining capacity to 75%.

North Dakota

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: North Dakota does not have restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirement: The statewide mask mandate has expired.

Bars: Recommended capacity in bars is 65%.

Indoor recreation: Movie theater capacity has increased to 65%.

Outdoor recreation: Marinas and boat ramps opened on May 9 and 10. Campgrounds reopened May 21 for limited-service camping.

Public gatherings: The public gathering cap differs by county.

Restaurants: Restaurants and other food establishments can increase services to 80% capacity.

Ohio

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Individuals arriving to Ohio from states with a high rate of COVID-19 are asked to self-quarantine for 14 days, but it is not required.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirement: People age 10 and older are required to wear face coverings when inside a location that is not a residence, when using public transport, or when outside if 6 feet of distance cannot be maintained.

Bars: Bars are banned from selling alcohol after 10pm.

Indoor recreation: Retail businesses, casinos, bowling alleys, batting cages, aquariums, art galleries, country clubs, ice skating rinks, indoor family entertainment centers, indoor sports facilities, laser tag facilities, indoor movie theaters, museums, roller skating rinks, social clubs, trampoline parks and zoos were allowed to reopen with restrictions.

Outdoor recreation: Swimming pools, miniature golf courses, and campgrounds have reopened with safety requirements in place. Outdoor playgrounds, amusement parks and water parks were allowed to reopen with restrictions.

Public gatherings: The restriction on public gatherings has been lifted and is now a recommendation.

Restaurants: Restaurants can offer indoor service with restrictions, but are not allowed to sell alcohol after 10 p.m.

Oklahoma

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Oklahoma has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Despite no statewide mandates, cities across Oklahoma have facial covering mandates and recommendations in place.

Bars: Bars are operating with limited standing room occupancy. As of January 14, bars no longer need to close for in-person service at 11 pm.

Indoor recreation: Movie theatres, nightclubs, gyms and concert halls have reopened.

Outdoor recreation: Organized sporting events have resumed.

Public gatherings: Restrcitions on social gatheings have been lifted.

Restaurants: Restaurants have reopened with strict sanitation and social distancing practices in place. As of January 14, restaurants no longer need to close for in-person service at 11 pm.

Oregon

Quarantine required effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Any Oregon resident returning from out-of-state or other counties should self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. Out-of-state travelers arriving in Oregon are advised to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Facial coverings are required for all residents over 5 years of age in indoor and outdoor public spaces.

Bars: Capacity limits for bars vary by tier; learn more about the restrictions here.

Indoor recreation: Capacity limits vary by tier; learn more about the restrictions here.

Outdoor recreation: Capacity limits for outdoor fitness and entertainment establishments vary by tier; learn more about the restrictions here.

Public gatherings: Limits on indoor and outdoor gatherings will be based on a county's tier. Learn more about the restrictions here.

Restaurants: Capacity limits at bars vary by tier; learn more about the restrictions here.

Pennsylvania

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: Visitors and returning residents are no longer required to show a negative COVID-19 test or self-quarantine.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Facilities such as cabins, cottages and lodges opened statewide.

Mask requirements: Individuals age 2 and older must wear a face coverings in indoor public zones. Masks are also required outdoors if a 6 foot distance from non-household members cannot be maintained.

Bars: Bars are open at limited capacity but must stop alcohol sales at 11 p.m.

Indoor Recreation: Entertainment venues have been allowed to reopen at 50% capacity.

Outdoor Recreation: Most state park swimming pools have been reopened. Capacity at beaches and pools is limited to 50%. All state park beaches are open for swimming. Updated recreation guidance allows businesses to offer outdoor activities such as mountain biking, miniature golf, motor sports, go carts, rock climbing, disc golf, paintball, horseback riding, tennis and archery in the yellow and green phases. Golf courses, marinas, guided fishing trips and privately-owned campgrounds have also reopened.

Public Gatherings: Indoor gatherings are limited to 15% capacity and outdoor gatherings are limited to 20% capacity.

Restaurants: Indoor dining has been increased to allow 75% capacity, but alcohol sales must stop at 11 p.m.

Rhode Island

Quarantine required effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: Anyone arriving in Rhode Island for non-work purposes from an area with a high community spread rate must self-quarantine for 10 days or provide results of a negative COVID-19 test. Vaccinated individuals are exempt, as long as their received their final dose 14 days prior to arrival.

Public Airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels remain open. Beginning Aug. 9, anyone from designated higher-risk states who checks in at a rental property or hotel must sign a certificate of compliance saying they either have a negative test result or intend to quarantine, or else they will not be able to stay.

Mask requirements: All individuals over age 2 are required to wear a face covering in public spaces, whether indoors or outdoors, if social distancing cannot be maintained. Face masks are also required when using taxis, ride-hailing services or similar transportation services.

Bars: Bars and bar areas must be roped off by 11 p.m. (or midnight if serving food).

Indoor Recreation: No guidance specified.

Outdoor Recreation: State parks and beaches have reopened with restrictions.

Public Gatherings: Social gatherings are limited members from two households if indoors and members from three households if outdoors.

Restaurants: Indoor dining can operate at 50% capacity. Members of no more than 2 households can be seated together with a maximum of 8 people per table. If seated outdoors, members from 3 households are allowed.

South Carolina

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: South Carolina has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: There is not a statewide mask mandate in place. Local governments are encouraged to implement their own ordinances.

Bars: Bars are operating at 50% capacity. Effective March 1, alcohol sales no longer need to end at 11 pm. Facial coverings must be worn by customers and employees.

Indoor recreation: Bowling alleys, museums and aquariums have begun to reopen. Gyms, fitness centers, and pools have reopened at limited capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Attractions like zoos, historic sites, water parks, amusement parks, mini-golf, and Go-Kart tracks have reopened. State restrictions on public access points to beaches, piers and docks have been lifted.

Public gatherings: Gathering of more than 50 people are prohibited.

Restaurants: Restaurants are open for indoor dining at 50% capacity; outdoor dining is encouraged. Customers and employees are required to wear facial coverings and there is a limit to 8 customers per table. Effective March 1, alcohol sales no longer need to end at 11 pm.

South Dakota

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: South Dakota does not have restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirement: Facial coverings are not required.

Bars: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Indoor recreation: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Outdoor recreation: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Public gatherings: Gatherings of up to 10 people are permitted.

Restaurants: Social distancing is encouraged, but no restrictions are in place.

Tennessee

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Tennessee has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: No statewide mask mandate is in place. Local governments no longer have the authority to implement their own facial covering mandates and have been advised to end all facial covering mandates by the end of May.

Bars: Bars have reopened with safety protocols in place.

Indoor recreation: Theaters, museums, and concert halls have reopened. Live music can resume with safety protocols in place.

Outdoor recreation: Amusement parks, water parks, zoos and sporting arenas have reopened.

Public gatherings: As of January 19, the restriction on public gatherings indoors was lifted.

Restaurants: Most restaurants are operating at 100% capacity with safety protocols in place.

Texas

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Texas has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective March 10, no statewide mask mandate is in place.

Bars: Beginning March 10, bars can operate at full capacity.

Indoor recreation: Beginning March 10, retail stores, museums, libraries and other indoor businesses can operate at full capacity.

Outdoor recreation: Zoos, parks and other outdoor facilities are operating at full capacity effective March 10.

Public gatherings: Effective March 10, there are no restrictions on public gatherings.

Restaurants: Beginning March 10, restaurants can operate to full capacity.

Utah

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: There are no travel restrictions for out-of-state travelers arriving in Utah.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Effective April 10, there is no longer a statewide mask mandate in place. However, facial coverings are still required at organized events with over 50 individuals in attendance and when social distancing cannot be maintained. Facial coverings at organized events are required regardless of the counties' transmission levels. Facial coverings at organized events do not apply to religious services or private residences.

Bars: Bars have reopened with safety precautions in place. Bars in counties with moderate transmissions levels have no capacity restraints, however social distancing and masks must be adhered to.

Indoor recreation: Gyms and personal care services have reopened with safety regulations in place.

Outdoor recreation: State parks are open.

Public gatherings: There are no limits for public gatherings both indoors and outdoors. However, the state is recommending that Utahns limit gatherings based on their county's transmission levels.

Restaurants: Dine-in services resumed with safety regulations in place.

Vermont

Quarantine required effective April 22

Travel Restrictions: All travelers entering Vermont from another state must self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival, or can quarantine for 7 days followed by a negative COVID-19 test. Vaccinated travelers do not need to quarantine if 14 days have passed since their final dose.

Public Airports: Public airports are open.

Hotels: Hotels and other lodging facilities including vacation rentals can resume operations, but out-of-state travelers must follow a self-quarantine mandate.

Mask requirements: All people age 2 and older must wear a face covering in public spaces, indoors and outdoors, when physical distancing isn't possible.

Bars: Bars remain closed.

Indoor Recreation: No guidance specified.

Outdoor Recreation: People can leave home for outdoor recreation and fitness activities with low or no direct contact. Businesses that support this recreational activity may reopen, including state and municipal parks, trail networks, golf courses and guided expeditions. Beaches, marinas, and campgrounds remain closed.

Public Gatherings: Social gatherings with members of different households are prohibited, but immediate family members who reside in different households can still get together. Vaccinated individuals or households may gather with one other household.

Restaurants: Restaurants can continue to operate at 50% capacity but may only seat one household per table and must close in-person dining by 10pm. Takeout and delivery is still allowed.

Virginia

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Virginia has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers. As of March 1, the stay-at-home order requiring Virginians to stay home between midnight and 5 am was lifted.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Facial coverings are required in public indoor settings, on public transportation and when in food and beverage establishments except while eating. The order applies to all individuals ages 5 and up. Fully vaccinated adults do not need to wear facial coverings when outdoors in small crowds.

Bars: Bars must stop on-site alcohol sales by midnight and are also required to close at midnight. Bars can serve patrons in congregate areas if there is six feet of distance between parties.

Indoor recreation: Museums and aquariums are open with restrictions. Gyms are operating at 75% capacity. Indoor entertainment venues can operate at 30% capacity or 500 individuals maximum.

Outdoor recreation: Zoos, gardens, pools and outdoor sporting and performance venues are open with restrictions. Outdoor entertainment venues can increase capacity to 30%.

Public gatherings: Effective April 1, indoor gatherings can expand to 50 individuals maximum; outdoor gatherings can expand to 100 individuals maximum.

Restaurants:There are no capacity limits for indoor dining but all tables must be 6 feet apart. Restaurants must stop serving alcohol at midnight.

Washington

Some restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Out-of-state travelers arriving in Washington are no longer advised to quarantine upon arrival and are advised to follow CDC guidelines.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: Universal mandates for facial coverings exist statewide for indoor and outdoor settings. Businesses can choose to not serve customers who do not comply with the mandate.

Bars: Establishments only serving 21+ and no food must remain closed. In Phase 3 counties, bars that serve food are allowed to operate to 50% capacity indoors. Alcohol sales must end by midnight.

Indoor recreation: In Phase 3 counties, gyms, fitness centers, retail stores and movie theatres can increase capacity to 50%.

Outdoor recreation: In Phase 3 counties, sporting arenas can operate at 25% capacity or 400 individuals maximum, whichever is fewer, with social distancing and facial coverings required.

Public gatherings: In phase 3 counties, indoor gatherings are restricted to 10 individuals maximum, outdoor gatherings are restricted to 50 individuals maximum.

Restaurants: In Phase 3 counties, restaurants can increase indoor dining capacity to 50% and must end alcohol service/delivery by midnight. There can be a maximum of 10 individuals at one table.

West Virginia

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: West Virginia has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: It is mandatory for all individuals 9 or older to wear a facial covering in all public buildings and offices, regardless of the ability to social distance.

Bars: Bars are operating at full capacity with social distancing protocols in place. All patrons must be seated and cannot congregate in standing areas.

Indoor recreation: Museums, aquariums and gyms are operating at full capacity with social distancing protocols in place.

Outdoor recreation:Zoos, gardens, pools and outdoor sporting and performance venues are operating at full capacity with social distancing protocols in place.

Public gatherings: Effective April 21, there are no limits on public gatherings, however, social distancing protocals must be in place.

Restaurants: There are no capacity limits for indoor dining but all tables must be 6 feet apart.

Wisconsin

No restrictions effective April 22

Travel restrictions: Statewide travel restrictions have been lifted in Wisconsin, though some local governments have issued their own orders. There is a stay-at-home recommendation in place.

Public airports:Public airports are open.

Hotels: Hotels are open.

Mask requirement: Everyone age 5 and older is required to wear a face covering when indoors or in an enclosed space when other people are present. When outdoors, individuals are encouraged, but not required, to wear masks.

Bars: Statewide restrictions have been lifted, though some local governments have issued their own.

Indoor recreation: Restrictions have been lifted.

Outdoor recreation: Restrictions have been lifted.

Public gatherings: It is recommended to avoid in-person social gatherings with members outside your own household.

Restaurants: Statewide restrictions have been lifted, though some local governments have issued their own.

Wyoming

No restrictions effective May 4

Travel restrictions: Wyoming has no travel restrictions in place for out-of-state travelers.

Public airports: Public airports remain open.

Hotels: Hotels have resumed operations.

Mask requirement: The statewide mask mandate expired on March 16. However, facial coverings are still required in K-12 schools.

Bars: Bars are now operating with no restrictions in place.

Indoor recreation: Gyms and movie theatres are now operating with no restrictions in place.

Outdoor recreation: State and national parks have reopened.

Public gatherings: Indoor gatherings of up to 1,000 indviduals are permitted; outdoor gatherings are capped at 2,000 individuals maximum.

Restaurants: Restaurants are now operating with no restrictions in place.


Quick answers

The US has restricted the entry of foreign nationals who have visited the following countries during the previous 14 days: Brazil, China, Iran, the United Kingdom, Ireland, South Africa and the European Schengen Area. The Schengen area encompasses the following 26 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland. More
There are no official nationwide travel restrictions within the US, but crowded travel settings like airports may increase the likelihood of getting COVID-19. See details about particular states in the Domestic Travel section of the page. More
The land borders between the US and Mexico and the US and Canada are closed to all nonessential visitors until at least February 21. More
All incoming international flights must land at one of the following airports: Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Chicago (ORD), Dallas, (DFW), Detroit (DTW), Honolulu (HNL), Los Angeles (LAX), Miami (MIA), New York (JFK or EWR), San Francisco (SFO), Seattle (SEA), and Washington (IAD). More
Travelers who are allowed to enter the United States but have passed through or have been in any of the countries named in the Borders section must quarantine for 14 days once they reach their final destination. More
Many states that had statewide stay-at-home orders have begun the process of reopening as part of specific multi-phase plans. See the full list of states above on this page. More
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